Complete pack on Henry VIII and his ministers, 1509-1540, Edexcel GCSE (9-1)

Complete pack on Henry VIII and his ministers, 1509-1540, Edexcel GCSE (9-1)

Complete lesson plans and activities. The very first lesson is available for free in my TES shop. Twelve PPTs and accompanying activities for each chapter of the Edexcel textbook on Henry VIII and his ministers. Also includes three workbooks with several varied activities that links to all sections of the curriculum. Workbook also includes exam questions and essay planning sheets for questions 4b (Explain why...)and 4c (Do you agree).
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Medicine through time, c. 1250 - present, chapters 1-4

Medicine through time, c. 1250 - present, chapters 1-4

Complete set of resources inked to Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Medicine through time textbook, chapters 1-4. Bundle includes: 1. Exam guide on how to answer questions 2. Introduction lesson 3. Four lessons on Medieval medicine 4. Four lessons on Renaissance medicine 5. Four lessons on medicine in the 18th and 19th century 6. Four lessons on modern Medicine Email info@theknowledehouse.co.uk if you have any questions or any issues downloading any of the files.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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The American West, c1835-c1895: The Plains Indians, their beliefs and way of life

The American West, c1835-c1895: The Plains Indians, their beliefs and way of life

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 1.1 of the Edexcel curriculum on The American West, c1835-c1895, The Plains Indians, their beliefs and way of life. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the culture and beliefs of the Plains Indians and government policy in dealing with the Plains Indians. There are extension tasks for MABLE and a writing frame that shows students how to answer the ‘Write a narrative account analysing …’ question. This lesson looks in depth at: the culture of the Plains Indians the different tribes and chiefs the role of women the importance of buffalo and horses to the Plains Indians their attitudes to warfare the changing nature of government policy towards the Plains Indians There is also a glossary for students to complete that lists all the keywords in the curriculum. An exam guide on how to answer each question for this paper is also included. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.3 The Norman aristocracy

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.3 The Norman aristocracy

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 3.3 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: The Norman Aristocracy There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate: Culture under the Normans Attitudes towards the Anglo-Saxons Language Career and significance of Bishop Odo Any questions or comments please leave a review Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England, c1060-88

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England, c1060-88

Complete bundle on the Edexcel GCSE curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England. We at The Knowledge House have a simple philosophy - that resources should be designed to raise student achievement. We have no detailed informative PPTs with large chunks of text that put kids to sleep. All of our lessons require students to actually do the work. There are card-sorts, chronology tasks, essay planning sheets, significance pyramids, anagrams among others. These engage students from the starter right through to exam practice. Each resource carries simple to follow instructions so students can complete the tasks for homework or as feedback, making your marking a lot less time intensive! There are 12 PPTs, each corresponding to the chapters on the Pearson textbook. These lessons have been planed using content from both the Hodder and Pearson textbook, although neither textbook is needed to complete the activities. We hope you enjoy these lessons. Please leave a review or email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions, queries or comments. Thank you!
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Chapter 3 - Norman England, 1066-88

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Chapter 3 - Norman England, 1066-88

Four detailed PPTs on each of the third four sub-chapters on Anglo-Saxon England. The following chapters are covered: 3.1 The feudal system and the Church 3.2 Norman government 3.3 The Norman aristocracy 3.4 William I and his sons Along with the PPTs, there are over 20 worksheets, along with exam guidance and differentiated tasks. If you have any questions or comments please leave a review or drop us an email on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.4 William I and his sons

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.4 William I and his sons

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 3.4 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: William I and his sons. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate: The character and personality of William I His positive and negative traits Williams relationship with his son, Robert The death and funeral of William I The disputed succession The rebellion of Odo A 12 mark explain question and planning sheet. Any questions or comments please leave a review. Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.2 Norman government

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.2 Norman government

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 3.2 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: Norman government. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate: Changes to government under the Normans How power was centralised. The office of the sheriff and how it changed under the Normans The royal demesne The introduction and the significance of the ‘forest’. The Domesday Book and its significance. There is also a 12 mark question on the Domesday Book and why it was introduced. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.1 The feudal system and the Church

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 3.1 The feudal system and the Church

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 3.1 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: the feudal system and the Church. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate: the nature of the feudal system. the changes William introduced. the importance of tenants-in-chief and under-tenants the role of the Church. Lanfranc’s reforms looking at change and continuity from Saxons to Normans a 16 mark essay question along with an essay planning sheet. fully differentiated activities. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.3 The legacy of resistance to 1087

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.3 The legacy of resistance to 1087

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 2.3 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: The legacy of resistance to 1087. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the changes in landownership under the Normans. Also looks at William's increasing power and the replacing of Anglo-Saxon landowners with Norman landowners after the Harrying of the North. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.1 The origins of the Republic, 1918-1919

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook is necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.1 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. It also includes a glossary of all the key terms in the textbook with some spaces for extra words that may come up. Exam guide that guides students on how to answer questions for this paper included.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.4 Revolt of the Earls, 1075

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.4 Revolt of the Earls, 1075

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 2.4 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: revolt of the Earls, 1075. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the circumstances surrounding the revolt of Roger and Ralph (the Norman earls) and Waltheof, the Saxon. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Chapter 2 - William I in power: securing the kingdom, 1066-87

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: Chapter 2 - William I in power: securing the kingdom, 1066-87

Four detailed PPTs on each of the second four sub-chapters on Anglo-Saxon England. The following chapters are covered: 2.1 Establishing control 2.2 The causes and outcomes of Anglo-Saxon resistance, 1068-71 2.3 The legacy of resistance to 1087 2.4 Revolt of the Earls, 1075 Along with the PPTs, there are over 20 worksheets, along with exam guidance and differentiated tasks. If you have any questions or comments please leave a review or drop us an email on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.2 The causes and outcomes of Anglo-Saxon resistance, 1068-71

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.2 The causes and outcomes of Anglo-Saxon resistance, 1068-71

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 2.2 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: the causes and outcomes of Anglo-Saxon resistance. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the circumstances surrounding the revolt of Edwin and Morcar, the revolt in York and the Danish invasion and revolt of Edgar Aethling. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Component 1: UK Politics - Political ideas - socialism

Component 1: UK Politics - Political ideas - socialism

Links to both Edexcel and AQA specification - Component 1: UK Politics and Core Political Ideas Complete pack that looks at the role of socialism as a political ideology. This is a detailed lesson pack that examines: -history of socialism -core values of socialism -different strands of socialism -contradictions within liberalism. This is planned using both the Hodder and Edexcel textbooks. However, neither textbook is necessary for these tasks. Engaging, instructive and student-led resources that gives a comprehensive understanding of socialism. Email info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk with any questions, queries or comments. Thank you.
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British America, 1713-1783: empire and revolution - British and American relations - rebellion

British America, 1713-1783: empire and revolution - British and American relations - rebellion

Detailed lesson that links to Chapter 3.1. 'British and American relations: the stirrings of rebellion, 1765-75'. These lessons are planned using both the Hodder and Pearson textbook. However, there are detailed resources included and the textbooks are not necessary for any of the activities. This is a very lengthy and complex lesson that will require more than a double lesson to complete all of the activities. The worksheets can be completed as homework activities. The lesson looks at the following areas in depth: 1. The Stamp Act 2. The Boston Massacre 3. The Tea Act 4. The Boston Tea Party 5. The Intolerable Acts 6. The First and Second Continental Congresses Theses resources are created to develop independent learning in students and do not rely on slides to give students knowledge. Rather, the resources get students to think about each topic in terms of chronology, significance and causation through carefully crafted tasks. Each lesson comes with at least one exam question and an accompanying writing frame/guide. Please email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions. Thank you.
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British America, 1713-1783: Consequences of the war in America

British America, 1713-1783: Consequences of the war in America

Detailed lesson examining the War of Independence, 1775-83. These lessons are planned using both the Hodder and Pearson textbook. However, there are detailed resources included and the textbooks are not necessary for any of the activities. Theses resources are created to develop independent learning in students and do not rely on slides to give students knowledge. Rather, the resources get students to think about each topic in terms of chronology, significance and causation through carefully crafted tasks. Please email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions. Thank you
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.2 Early challenges to the Republic, 1919-1923

New Edexcel or Hodder textbook necessary for some of the activities. Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.2 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 1.4 The Norman invasion

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 1.4 The Norman invasion

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 1.4 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: The Norman invasion. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the circumstances and outcome of the Battle of Hastings This lesson looks in depth at: -an overview of the battle - the Norman knights - the Saxon soldiers -other Saxon and Norman soldiers -reasons for the Norman victory There is also a plan for a 16 mark question on the main reason for William's victory. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.1 Establishing control

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 2.1 Establishing control

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 2.1 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: Establishing control. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the circumstances surrounding William's attempts to be crowned king of England and to establish control as soon as possible. This lesson looks in depth at: -what happened after the Battle of Hastings -the submission of the earls -rewarding followers and Anglo-Saxon loyalty -the Marcher earldoms -castles There is also a plan for a 12 mark question explaining why William was able to establish control. Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 1.3 The rival claimants for the throne

Anglo-Saxon and Norman England: 1.3 The rival claimants for the throne

Complete lesson that links to Chapter 1.3 of the Edexcel curriculum on Anglo-Saxon and Norman England curriculum: The rival claimants for the throne. There is no textbook necessary for any of these tasks. This lesson consists of engaging and in-depth student led activities that allows students to investigate the different claimants to the throne of England in 1066. There is also an in-depth exploration of the Battles of Gate Fulford and Stamford Bridge and an analysis of the significance of these battles on the Battle of Hastings. This lesson looks in depth at: - the different claimants - Harold's coronation and reign -the battles of Gate Fulford and Stamford Bridge -the significance of these battles Any questions or comments please leave a review or email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk Thank you.
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Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Weimar and Nazi Germany: 1.4 Changes in society, 1924-1929

Extensive PPT and activities that links to Chapter 1.4 of the new Edexcel GCSE 9-1 textbook. Lessons on this topic are newly planned to meet the exacting standards of the new specification; they are not recycled lessons from previous years. Encourages independent work and includes engaging resources to bring the topic to life for students. Edexcel textbook necessary for some of the activities.
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British America, 1713-1783: The War of Independence, 1775-83

British America, 1713-1783: The War of Independence, 1775-83

Detailed lesson examining the War of Independence, 1775-83. These lessons are planned using both the Hodder and Pearson textbook. However, there are detailed resources included and the textbooks are not necessary for any of the activities. This is a very lengthy and complex lesson that will require more than a double lesson to complete all of the activities. The worksheets can be completed as homework activities. Theses resources are created to develop independent learning in students and do not rely on slides to give students knowledge. Rather, the resources get students to think about each topic in terms of chronology, significance and causation through carefully crafted tasks. Each lesson comes with at least one exam question and an accompanying writing frame/guide. Please email me on info@theknowledgehouse.co.uk if you have any questions. Thank you
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